Politics

The former U.N. ambassador attacks the husband of a Trump aide for calling Rep. Elise Stefanik "lying trash." Conway bites back.
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ order Monday contains no hint about what the court ultimately will do.
The State Department officials testified earlier this month in closed-door hearings in the investigation into alleged abuses of power by President Trump.
“There’s not nearly been enough evidence" on whether marijuana leads to other drug use, he said.
"The timing is perfect because next week is Thanksgiving," host Ainsley Earhardt told Army 1st Lt. Clint Lorance.
President Donald Trump may have lied in his written testimony to former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Mina Chang denied creating a fake Time cover with her face on it, among other career embellishments.
Doug Manchester was asked for a hefty RNC donation as his nomination for ambassador to the Bahamas stalled, CBS News reports.
Prosecutors say Patrick Carlineo called Omar’s office March 21, told a staffer the congresswoman was a “terrorist” and threatened to shoot her.
His "dangerous positions on firearm policy and fealty to a gun-lobby agenda, alone, render him unfit to serve on the federal bench," says the group.
A 1978 law has been vital for keeping Native American communities together. Now it's in court because non-Native people say it's not fair to them.
A newly elected socialist city councilman in Cambridge, Massachusetts, wants to make the bus and train system his city shares with Boston free for its residents.
Youth turnout spiked in the midterms, but party strategists are worried about 2020 enthusiasm.
The House is preparing to hear from nine witnesses during this week's televised hearings in the impeachment investigation into President Trump.
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights wrote a letter demanding the senior adviser's firing after emails revealed his alignment with white nationalism.
The Democratic Attorneys General Association announced the new litmus test for Democratic candidates on Monday.
The New York mayor criticized his predecessor's late apology for the policing strategy that targeted minorities.
The statement followed a decision by the U.S. and South Korea to postpone joint military exercises criticized by North Korea.
The president again falsely claimed the farm bailout cost is being borne "compliments of the Chinese tariffs."
“Definitely not trying to profit off the presidency at all,” Walter Shaub noted sarcastically.